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A British lesson in check and balance

A British lesson in check and balance

What a lesson in check and balance the British High Court had just administered. Something we should learn. The British Prime Minister and her ministers relying on executive prerogative (so-called the royal prerogative), the same prerogative that our own PM and his ministers and a lot of governments use time and again, determine... 

How have Ong Ye Kung and Ng Chee Meng proven themsevels as Acting Ministers?

How have Ong Ye Kung and Ng Chee Meng proven themsevels as Acting Ministers?

Two new ministers, Ong Ye Kung and Ng Chee Meng ascended to heaven, pardon me, appointed ministers 1 year after they were elected MPs. What have they proven in that 1 year – nothing except the usual political obfuscation and motherhood speeches. The former can even be said to have failed first time round back in 2011 –... 

Why a liberal immigration policy makes skills retraining difficult

Why a liberal immigration policy makes skills retraining difficult

The MAS highlighted in its Macroeconomic Review that job mismatches has reached the level last seen in 2008-2009 and then pontificated “Notably, workers should equip themselves with the necessary skills to fill jobs that are currently available and will be in demand in the coming years.” It went on to outline the type... 



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